The AI vendor market is as diverse as the global economy itself. As AI applications evolve into every corner of our lives, so do the expertise and proficiency of the data professionals, business leaders and subject matter experts at the heart of the products and services transforming how we live and work.
Actionable, decision-augmenting data can be obtained internally or externally. Of course, external data is a far richer and more diverse source, as it comprises every other piece of digital information outside of the four walls of an enterprise.
Twitter is an American communications company based in San Francisco, California, best known for the microblogging and social networking site of the same name. As of January 2022, the company had over 229 million daily active users.
COVID-19 did not just bring waves of diseases and contagious variants across the world starting in early 2020 – a tsunami of fraud soon followed the broad sweep of a pandemic that would engulf the global insurance industry.
The importance of AI in the pharmaceutical space has grown exponentially over the last few years, spearheaded by global demand for a COVID vaccine at the pandemic’s apex. Moreover, AI has proven helpful throughout the pandemic, all while providing glimpses into the future promise of the technology.
Episode summary: In this episode, we speak with Alan O'Herlihy, Founder and CEO of Ireland-based Everseen. Alan speaks to us about how machine vision systems can be used to detect theft or mistakes at a checkout counter (including forgetting to scan items, customers intentionally hiding items, and more). Alan not only explains where these technologies are in use today, but he also breaks down some of his own predictions about what these computer vision systems might make possible in the workplace of tomorrow.
Abbott Laboratories (NYSE symbol: ABT) is an American multinational healthcare and medical devices company based in Abbott Park, Illinois. Known for its medical device and pharmaceutical products, the company reported net sales of $43.1 billion in 2021.
As AI automation (aka, “intelligent automation,” or IA) in financial services quickly becomes mainstream, it attracts increased stakeholder interest as firms explore the possibility of unlocking value via increased efficiency, cost reduction, and enhanced predictive capabilities.